HOBART | A 28-year-old Cedar Lake man stole copper from a Hobart business where he was employed and sold the items for profit, police said.
HOBART | Police are seeking residents' help identifying a man they believe was involved in a Jan. 24 crime.
HOBART | An out-of-state man and two women used forged travelers checks to go on a shopping spree in the U.S. 30 retail area of Hobart, police said.
HOBART | A Lake Station man used stolen credit cards to make purchases in Hobart, Merrillville and Porter County, police said.
HOBART | Hobart Police Chief Jeff White stepped down as department head effective Tuesday, Mayor Brian Snedecor said.
HOBART | A 32-year-old Sauk Village man sprayed chemicals in the face of a security guard while fleeing with stolen items from the mall, police said.
HOBART | Hobart police are advising women living in the central part of the city to be aware of a break-in and break-in attempt at houses within a few blocks of each other.
Shoppers who witnessed Saturday's shooting at Westfield Southlake mall in Hobart might not realize how aggressively Northwest Indiana police are working to keep down the crime rate.
LAKE STATION | A Lake Station couple were charged Thursday with dealing prescription drugs out of their home near Edison Junior/Senior High School, police said.
INDIANAPOLIS | Republican Attorney General Greg Zoeller has huge advantages in fundraising and name recognition as he seeks a second term, but Democrat Kay Fleming is hoping Hoosiers think she'll do a better job as the state's lawyer.
HOBART | Police said they questioned five people Wednesday who were taken into custody after a home invasion and robbery in the 1200 block of Independence Drive.
DOLTON | Refuse to be a Victim, a crime prevention seminar, will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Dolton Public Library, 14037 Lincoln Ave., in the Josway Auditorium.
PORTAGE | One thing the two candidates for mayor can agree on is that public safety is a top issue in this year's campaign.
CHESTERTON | Police are investigating the burglary of a church on the town's north side.
MERRILLVILLE | The Merrillville Police Department remains more than 20 officers below its desired strength, but officers remain productive, Police Chief Joseph Petruch said.
PORTAGE | John Levack thought it was a good evening for a walk Thursday night.
PORTAGE | Residents are invited to participate in the city's 28th annual National Night Out event from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Founders' Square Park.
VALPARAISO | A clergyman encouraged Valparaiso University students Thursday to not simply react but to take control to prevent sexual assaults on campus.
MUNSTER | Munster police will present information on recent crime in 2011's first quarterly Crime Watch meeting.
GLENWOOD | Parents and homeowners will need to be better aware of what is going on under their roofs if the Village Board approves two ordinances expected to be on Tuesday's agenda.
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